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Drive through any Vermont town and you’re bound to see a large, charming clock tower. It’s a signature architectural style of the state. At 180 Market Street – the future site of the city hall, library and senior center – South Burlington res…

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South Burlington Police were called to the Roman Catholic Diocese on Joy Drive Friday afternoon after a suspicious package was left at the building. The package was deemed not explosive or dangerous, but the incident led to an evacuation of t…

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The Vermont Youth Dancers will perform “Turn to Stone: A Journey to Narnia” at South Burlington High School Saturday, June 22, at 6:30 p.m., and Sunday, June 23, at 2 p.m. The show is open to the general public and is a full performance of th…

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For the first time since the Environmental Court ruled the city’s Transfer Development Rights bylaw were inadequate, the planning commission is considering proposed amendments to the regulations. 

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Yoga Roots and All Souls Interfaith Gathering of Shelburne announce the fourth year of Karma Yoga where Yoga Roots’ instructors lead an all-levels yoga class on select Sundays, 8 to 9 a.m., throughout the summer. 

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With a final gift from the McClure family in honor of their mother and grandmother Marjorie Howe, Lyric Theatre Company celebrated the end of its multi-year capital campaign June 7. The celebration also recognized the formal opening of the co…

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A South Burlington businessman, who admitted to lewd conduct on a vulnerable elderly woman while on her deathbed at Burlington Health and Rehab last year, has been allowed to withdraw his guilty plea and plans to move forward with a trial in court.

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South Burlington city councilors are preparing a letter with recommendations for the Burlington International Airport’s new Noise Compatibility Plan.

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Legislation passed in the U.S. House last week to provide a path to citizenship for “Dreamer” immigrants deserves attention and a vote in the Senate, Vermont Congressman Peter Welch said on a visit home last week.

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“Don’t feed the bear,” South Burlington Police Chief Shawn Burke is cautioning residents. Last week the first sightings of what police believe to be a black bear were reported near Dorey Road. Since then, reports, video and photos have surfac…